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HP ProBook® 4520s Notebook PC Overheating
Overheating and related issues in HP ProBook 4520s Notebook PC
HP ProBook 4520s Notebook PC is a stylish laptop with great configuration. It is light in weight and very affordable – primarily designed for corporate users. However, the high volume disk space and large memory makes it compatible for many kinds of users. But like any other laptop, HP ProBook 4520s Notebook PC also tends to heat up.
A few things to know about overheating issues in HP ProBook 4520s Notebook PC and how to resolve them-
- Clogged laptop vents
- Exceptionally warm room temperature
- How to stop the overheating?
Clogged laptop vents
If you have have used HP ProBook 4520s Notebook PC for a long time, it is prone to heat up. It happens because the laptop may have gathered a lot of dust or lint thus, clogging its air vents. Dust is, primarily, a reason why overheating problem may occur in HP ProBook 4520s Notebook PC through time and again. The heat which is emitted through your laptop cannot escape the laptop; this is a reason why your notebook eventually becomes hot. However, companies nowadays manufacture a fan over which you can rest your laptop. However, this technique has its own cons -the process makes your laptop immobile and it also gets very noisy.
Exceptionally warm room temperature
The overheating in HP ProBook 4520s Notebook PC can also occur if its vents are blocked by any sort of obstruction. Sometimes, it can also happen if the room temperature is exceptionally warm. If the room is hot, your HP ProBook 4520s Notebook PC is bound to overheat. A laptop is like a vehicle’s engine. If the fan is not cooling properly, HP ProBook 4520s Notebook PC will experience overheating. So if your HP ProBook 4520s Notebook PC heating exceeds its normal levels, you must get the fan fixed.
Once you get aware of the major factors which cause your HP ProBook 4520s Notebook PC to overheat, you must work on reducing the heat. Note that we use the term ‘reduce’ not stop. This is because laptops are prone to heat-up, no matter what. This is because the laptop’s body is small and thin and thus, making the overheating inevitable. There are some ways through which you can considerably reduce the tendency of your HP ProBook 4520s Notebook PC to heat-up. First of all, clean the vents of your notebook. Do it so frequently that it becomes a habit. Secondly, prefer working in a room temperature which is rather cool. Adjust the power settings of your laptop and additionally, if the heating still continues, you can purchase a cooling pad. The cooling pad could be very handy when it comes reducing the overheating.